We met with a source who lived in Hawaii and worked for Hawaii Pacific Health. He was party to the 1978 Kapiolani Hospital and the Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital merger. When these two hospitals merged they became Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children.
According to White House archived 1961 birth certificate of former President Barack Hussein Obama he was born in what is now known as the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children.
In an April 9, 2016 article titled “Obama facts don’t add up” the Editors of the Fergus Falls Journal wrote:
Here are four simple questions from a reputable attorney — yes, there are some — that should really get your gray matter churning even if you are an Obama fan. For all you anti-Fox News folks, none of this information came from Fox News. All of it can be verified from legitimate sources — Wikipedia, the Kapiolani Hospital website itself and a good history book.
• Back in 1961 people of color were called negroes. So how can the Obama birth certificate state he is African American when the term wasn’t even used at that time?
• The birth certificate that the White House released lists Obama’s birth as Aug. 4, 1961, and lists Barack Hussein Obama as his father. No big deal, right? At the time of Obama’s birth, it also shows that his father was 25-years-old, and that Obama’s father was born in “Kenya, East Africa.”
This wouldn’t seem like anything of concern, except the fact that Kenya did not even exist until 1963, it was known as the British East Africa Protectorate.
• On the birth certificate released by the White House, the listed place of birth is “Kapi’olani Maternity & Gynecological Hospital.” This cannot be, because the hospitals in question in 1961 were called KauiKeolani Children’s Hospital and Kapi’olani Maternity Home, respectively. The name did not change to Kapiolani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital until 1978, when these two hospitals merged. How can this particular name of the hospital be on a birth certificate dated 1961 if this name had not yet been applied to it until 1978?
Why hasn’t this been discussed in the major media? [Emphasis added]
According to the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children website:
Concerned about the welfare of Hawaii’s mothers and babies, Queen Kapiolani founded the Kapiolani Maternity Home in 1890. She worked tirelessly traveling the islands holding bazaars, luau and other events and benefits to raise the $8,000 needed. Over the years, the home expanded its services from labor and delivery to providing other health care services for women.
In 1909, Albert and Emma Kauikeolani Wilcox donated the funds to open Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital, a hospital for Hawaii’s children envisioned by Dr. James R. Judd and Sanford Dole. Concerned that two of every seven infants in Hawaii did not live to see their first birthday, the community rallied to match the Wilcox’s gift. In its first full year of operation, the hospital admitted 354 pediatric patients with an average length of stay of 19 days.
In 1978, the Kapiolani Hospital and the Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital merged to become Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children.
While there have been some who questioned this claim, my source was there and noticed the discrepancy immediately.
Why is this important today?
Because it appears that Barrack Hussein Obama will be a major influence on the Biden administration, if it comes to power.
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